Monroe and Moroccan
> Parents: Mariah Carey & Nick Cannon
> Birthdate: April 30, 2011
Because twins Roc & Roe are the children of high-profile entertainers Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon, they made their television debut on a Barbara Walters’ special interview. They were the first children for both Carey and Cannon, who would split three years after the twins were born. Cannon had a son with former girlfriend Brittany Bell in 2017.
Blue Ivy Carter
> Parents: Beyonce & Jay-Z
> Birthdate: January 7, 2012
Beyonce’s legion of fans were delighted to learn that she and her music mogul husband, Jay-Z, were expecting. Their daughter, Blue Ivy, was named for Jay-Z’s iconic album series The Blueprint. With two musically gifted parents, Carter was able to make some music history, becoming the youngest person to ever feature on a Billboard charting song, as Jay-Z sampled her cries after being born and used them on his song “Glory.”
> Parents: Chris Hemsworth & Elsa Pataky
> Birthdate: May 11, 2012
India Rose is the first child of Australian film star Chris Hemsworth (the Avengers movie franchise) and Spanish model and movie star Elsa Pataky (Fast & Furious film franchise). The two also have twin boys, Sasha and Tristan.
> Parents: William & Kate
> Birthdate: July 22, 2013
Hundreds of people and journalists waited for days in front of the hospital where the future king, the first child of Prince William and Kate Middleton, was born. Reputable publications such as The Guardian were posting live updates on their sites of the moment the new mom was expected to step outside the hospital to introduce to the world the new heir to the throne. Prince George was what every major and minor news outlet was talking about for weeks — before and after his birth.
> Parents: Kim Kardashian & Kanye West
> Birthdate: June 15, 2013
Rapper Kanye West and reality TV star Kim Kardashian welcomed their first child in 2013, naming her “North” as a play on her directional last name. Kardashian was open about her difficulty getting pregnant, as well as her battle with the potentially dangerous health challenge of preeclampsia, which can restrict blood flow to the placenta.